Portland Timbers 2, San Jose Earthquakes 0 – Final: Video Recap, Live Update Recap
The Portland Timbers face a slew of injuries but will have to be content with the players they have tonight when they visit the San Jose earthquakes. This match starts live from Avaya Stadium on Saturday, May 15 at 7 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. ET with a live broadcast on FOX 12 Plus.
â¢ If you’re outside of the Portland and San Jose Markets, you can watch the game on MLS LIVE on ESPN + for under $ 6.
RATING DETAILS AND OBJECTIVE HIGHLIGHTS
74th minute: The Timbers look set to put that game aside now and grab a solid road win despite playing shorthanded. Eryk Williamson serves a perfect cross and finds a Marvin Loria streak that passes the keeper and gently directs the ball into the corner of the net. The woods now lead earthquakes 2-0.
62nd minute: San Jose receives a penalty here. And in his first game with the Timbers and his first start in MLS, Logan Ketterer makes an incredible save to keep the Timbers in the lead and punch San Jose at the same time. What a way to introduce yourself to the fans. Mr Ketterer is expected to bow after this game. What a start.
5th minute: Yimmi Chara is giving the Timbers the kind of start they needed in this game when he expertly chipped the goalie for a slippery goal that put the Timbers ahead 1-0 on the road at the start of San Jose.
Wood (+205) | Draw (+280) | Earthquakes (+120)
HOW TO WATCH TIMBERS VS. Earthquake
What: Portland Timbers FC visits the San Jose Earthquakes during an MLS regular season game.
When: 7 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. ET on Saturday, May 15
Or: Avaya Stadium | San jose, california
TV channel: FOX 12 Plus. For Comcast subscribers, FOX 12 Plus can be found on channel 13 or 713, Escape on 316. More details on where to find FOX 12 Plus.
Watch the match live online: Unfortunately, FOX 12 Plus is not an available channel for streaming services. This game is available for streaming on MLS LIVE on ESPN + for under $ 6 only for fans who live outside of the Portland and San Jose coverage areas. If you live outside of these areas, you can watch a live stream of the game on ESPN + (It only costs $ 5.99 / month or $ 59.99 / full year of subscription, and you can cancel anytime.)
ESPN + is not available on traditional cable TV packages, but is available to stream live on the ESPN app, accessible on a phone, computer, smart TV, or TV equipped with a Roku, ” an Apple TV or other type of streaming device. Here’s a more detailed look at how you can watch ESPN + live on your TV.)
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